Passover

Agristada

April 16, 2011
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While we are on the subject of Huevo Limon for Passover, Nona also made a Huevo Limon soup called Agristada.  I was asking my sister Carole about it and she said it is her favorite comfort food to this day. The creamy looking lemon soup reveals little parsley and ground beef meat balls floating just […]

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Pescado con Huevo Limon

April 15, 2011
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Growing up in Seattle made me aware that Pacific Northwest fresh Halibut comes into season and is available at the Pikes Place Market just in time for Passover. My Nona and mom always made a light lemony, creamy looking Egg Lemon Sauce for Passover fish.

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Passover Vegetarian Kuftes

April 11, 2011
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A wonderful vegetarian side dish, Kufte de Prassa without meat uses mashed potatoes to bind the leeks together in a patty rather than ground beef. My Nona used to make these and my mother, we call her Nona now, always talks about this dish with very fond memories. I think for immigrants on a very […]

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Passover Mufleta

April 9, 2011
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As I mentioned in my last post of Individual Meginas, Nina and I had a bit of filling left over.  Shall I banish it to the back of the refrigerator in a small plastic container only to be forgotten and re-discovered when it is past its prime? No, let’s complete the circle and use it […]

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Passover Individual Rolled Megina

April 7, 2011
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Passover Cooking Day With Nina Yesterday was a day well spent.  As always, when my friend Nina comes over to cook, her creativity and knowledge never cease to amaze me. Nina said she would teach me to make filled individual rolls, like egg rolls with a meat filling.  The idea is ingenious. Everyone loves that […]

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